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Vaccination clinics

Safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines are now available to everyone age 12 and up.

Our available clinics are now available on here.

Let’s end this pandemic. Check for available appointments and book your vaccination as soon as you can.

My Turn is where you can find out if you are eligible, schedule appointments, and sign up for notifications.

Helpful links


Monterey County testing information

Drive through testing by Planned Parenthood Mar Monte

The California Testing Task Force has a tool to find testing sites near you



Please call 831-385-7100 or 831-674-0112 to schedule your appointment.

Visitor policy updates

For the duration of this special order, visiting hours will be limited to 8AM to 8PM.

Mee Memorial Hospital System implements new visitor restrictions

To protect patients, visitors, and staff, Mee Memorial Healthcare System and all Monterey County hospitals are implementing new restrictions on visitors to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 to hospital staff and patients.

Starting Wednesday, August 11, in compliance with a state public health order issued August 5, all visitors to Monterey County hospitals will be required to:

  • Show proof of full* COVID-19 vaccination or
  • Show proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before their visit (can be a PCR or antigen test)

Visitors who are visiting a patient in critical condition, when death may be imminent, are exempt from these vaccination and testing requirements but must follow all mask, personal protective equipment (PPE), and physical distancing requirements.

(*Full vaccination as defined by the health order: Two weeks or more after they have received the second dose in a two-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna or vaccine authorized by the World Health Organization), or two weeks or more after they have received a single-dose vaccine (Janssen/Johnson & Johnson).

Monterey County hospitals also have additional restrictions for visitors, such as limited visiting hours, masking, and the number of visitors allowed per patient. Click here to see the full visitor policy:

To see the full state public health order, click here.

According to the order, unvaccinated persons are more likely to get infected and spread the virus, which is transmitted through the air. Most current hospitalizations and deaths are among unvaccinated persons.

With a significant increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Monterey County, vaccinations are the most effective way to help prevent further spread of the virus and reduce severe illness and hospitalization.

Monterey County residents and visitors can find testing sites and free vaccination locations on the Monterey County Health Department website: 2019 novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) | Monterey County, CA, or by visiting your local hospital websites:

We appreciate your understanding of these changes as we seek to keep the community, our patients, and our staff safe from COVID-19.


A friendly reminder: don’t delay healthcare. Please do not put off seeing your provider for medical needs. Even if you are staying home and do not have COVID-19 symptoms, don’t neglect any other medical issues you may have.

  • We are here and ready to serve you. We are doing all we can to support our patients during COVID-19. We have instituted additional procedures in our daily practices, clinics and at the hospital to ensure the safety of patients and their families.
  • Things are changing daily and we appreciate your patience as we make the necessary changes in order to keep you, your family and our community safe from contracting infection.
  • We have put strategies in place, including implementing policies to separate sick and well visits to allow more time for sanitizing public areas above. Our teams have protective equipment on hand and are specially trained to offer safe, effective care, with all Coronavirus precautions in place.
  • It is still VERY IMPORTANT to bring your child under the age of two in for well child visits. Vaccinations they receive at these visits are important for protecting them against serious illnesses. Call your primary care provider or your pediatrician with questions.
  • We are dedicated to the health and well-being of you and your family. In person and virtual office visits for primary care and specialty care are available. Please call your referred clinic to schedule a visit. They will determine which type of visit is most appropriate.

If you are facing a critical, emergency situation, call 911. The teams at our Emergency Departments are trained and prepared to provide you with safe emergency care at all times in spite of the Coronavirus situation.

Thank you for trusting MEE.

Crisis Care Continuum Guidelines

Mee Memoral Healtcare System has adopted the State’s California Crisis Care Continuum Guidelines issued June 2020.

California Crisis Care Continuum Guidelines


We encourage all in the community to take the virus seriously and do their part to stop the spread.

Resources from the California Hospital Association

Hospital Capacity